English Wedding | A Perfect Day

I just, I just don’t know what to say…

I guess I should start by commenting on how darling Hannah and Dave are…as individuals and even more so as a couple. I met them a few years back after they got engaged here in the States. But their wedding in England was where I got to really spend time with them and get to know them which is (needless) to say, to adore them. They are fun and cute and witty and kind and outgoing and FUNNY and everything good you can think a young English couple would be.

Then I must comment on the deliciously creamy and beautifully bright light that little English island has to offer. I was giddy with excitement every time I stepped outdoors into the crisp air and fantastic light. God really does shine it down good up there and He gave it to us real good last Saturday. You couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day.

Then I have to just make one mention of how RAD it was to celebrate Hannah and Dave’s union in the same church that Dave’s parents married in, that dates back to 1301! The building itself was rebuilt in 1763 but holy cow the history! I can’t tell you how amazing it was to be on those grounds, standing beside those bricks who have stood through so much.

Okay so people, Light, location. Dang what a day! What can I say?! Here’s a few portraits from the slideshow I threw together Saturday night at their reception. Patience you little Muffin Cakes, full post to come soon.


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